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I am a victim of identity theft. A bank that I had not heard of before the identity theft is US bank. I live in Georgia and I do not believe they are located in Georgia. The person trying to take my identity according to the bank opened bank accounts and credit card accounts. I denied the debt and they requested information from me which I sent to them, i.e., copy of license, proof of residence, such as mortgage payments and I even sent copies of mortgage statements dating back some years and other statements to prove my residence. I also sent the police report that I filed with hopes that these people can be caught. They wrote back and said they could not do anything unless I sent them a very clear copy of my social security card. I am concerned because when I googled the US Bank I see all the claims of fraud. If they have people in their bank committing fraud I would not want them having a clear copy of my social security card. I offered to go to my credit union or XXXX XXXX and I can take both my birth certificate and social security card and they could verify my identify but they said I would have to send them the information. I would like to know if this a normal because other companies where the fraud was committed such as XXXX XXXX, XXXX XXXX, XXXX XXXX XXXX, asked for a lot of information but not my social security card. Please help me with this because they are reporting the fraud persons address as my address to the credit bureau and will not release me from this obligation.

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